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Paano kita iibigin (2007)

A single mother, who is fired from her job and thrown out of her house, goes to a resort for a vacation.

Director:

Joyce Bernal (as Bb. Joyce Bernal)

Writers:

Tammy Bejerano (story) (as Tammy Bejerano-Dinopol), John Paul Abellera (story) | 3 more credits »
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2 wins & 18 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Regine Velasquez ... Martee
Piolo Pascual ... Lance
Eugene Domingo ... Liwayway
Quintin Alianza Quintin Alianza ... Liam
Mark Bautista ... Raffy
Iya Villania ... Tessa
Erich Gonzales ... Guada
Robin Da Roza ... Allan
Roence Santos ... Belinda
Denise Joaquin ... Rosy
Hyubs Azarcon ... George
Rhap Salazar ... Lorenzo
Terry Gian ... Tomas (as Gian Terry)
Paw Diaz Paw Diaz ... Maureen
J.C. Cuadrado J.C. Cuadrado ... Chicoy
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A single mother, who is fired from her job and thrown out of her house, goes to a resort for a vacation.

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He turned his back on life. Life turned its back on her. Everyone deserves a second chance.

Genres:

Comedy | Drama | Romance

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Country:

Philippines

Language:

Filipino | Tagalog | English

Release Date:

30 May 2007 (Philippines) See more »

Also Known As:

Fallen See more »

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Trivia

Jerry Lopez Sineneng was initially tapped to direct the film. See more »

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Pare Ko
Performed by Regine Velasquez
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boy cries, girl cries, they cry together, they cry alone, they cry and cry again
30 March 2008 | by Robin ASee all my reviews

I just watched this movie expecting a quality movie. It features some of the Philippines' biggest stars. Sadly, I was so terribly disappointed. It was terrible. I was trying to find some saving grace to this film other than it having a number of stars who I am fond of, sadly, I couldn't find any. The story first of all was so contrived. Its build up was so sloppily done that it failed to substantiate the emotions it was trying to evoke. The last 10 to 15 minutes was particularly excruciating. It was one long continuous over-over-over-melodramatic sequence of crying backed up by the most uncreative and inane musical scoring I have ever heard. Endless minutes of the lead actor crying, followed by the lead actress crying with him, then she crying on her own, then him crying again...and the ping pong of crying scenes between the two just went on and on. I was wondering what was the point of all of that. If that was an attempt to arouse sympathy for the characters it failed miserably. The only emotion it aroused in me was intense disdain for the director and the musical director. Imagine watching a 15minute poorly produced music video featuring people crying and crying, with really really poor instrumental music that just repeated and repeated.

I pity Regine and Piolo, and the ultra talented Eugene Domingo! I can't imagine that people of their creative stature took part in such a monumental piece of garbage. Sorry if anyone is offended by this review, but you have offended your audience!

No wonder the Philippine movie industry is dying. They make trash like this and hype it! Geez


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